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Tour: Laguna Honda Hospital Replacement Project – Oct. 1Joanne Winship - Aug 19, 2009 2:23PM
The tour will be led by Sheila Riley, AIA, LEED AP, of Anshen and Allen, architects for the project and Ron Wilcox of Turner Construction
Ms. Riley’s focus on the project has been exterior skin, including architectural concrete, plaster, curtainwall and windows, roof etc. She has also been involved in the LEED certification process. If there is interest in other aspects of planning, perhaps she can have others join us. Please state your interest when you sign up.
Please sign up by contacting Joanne Chow Winship at 753-7550 or by email. Upon sign-up, specific meeting directions will be provided if you supply email address. The tour is limited to 30 people. Each group of ten requires one safety trained person as a chaperone. Each person is requested to wear sturdy shoes and will be supplied with safety vests, glasses, and hard hats.
Date: Thursday, Oct 1st, 2009 3:00 pm
Location: Laguna Honda Hospital
375 Laguna Honda Boulevard
San Francisco map
(across from the Forest Hills Muni station)
The Laguna Honda Hospital Replacement Program includes the construction and renovation of three campuses: the South Residence Building, the Link Building, and the East Residence Building. Together, they will accommodate 780 beds and it will be the first green hospital to implement sustainable features in its design, construction, and operations. The goal is to meet a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certified rating under the U.S. Green Building Council.
The new campus will feature: physical therapy as well as occupational therapy, a therapy pool, fitness room, beauty/barber shop, gift shop, multi-purpose room, Dental, Vision and Dialysis clinics in addition to 60 beds dedicated to rehabilitation (both acute care and skilled nursing). Residents and visitors will also benefit from a farm/greenhouse; orchard; an amphitheater; landscaped grounds; and tree alley which will provide site accessibility from the street level to the hospital grounds. Improvements are also slated for the chapel, auditorium, and loading dock in addition to the construction of new offices to accommodate the administrative, nursing, and services staff.
The Department of Public Works is responsible for delivering this major capital improvement project on behalf of the Department of Public Health.
Cost: The current budget is $593.9 million
2005: Construction began
2007: Renovation and remodel of Wings C & H, phased process
2008: Hazardous materials abatement and demolition of Clarendon Hall
2009: Substantial program completion
2010: Begin occupancy 2011: Complete Remodel of Wings C & H
2011: Begin hazardous materials abatement, demolition, and renovations of Wings D, E, F, G, K, L, M, & O